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NOTICE IS HERERBY GIVEN, pursuant to California Government code §54974 that vacancies exists for the following boards and commissions:

Historic Preservation Commission:
One (1) at-large position, with term expiring in December 2019

Dinuba Planning Commission:
One (1) position in City Council District 3, with term expiring in December 2019
One (1) position in City Council District 5, with term expiring in December 2019

Dinuba Public Safety Commission:
Three (3) at-large positions with terms expiring in December 2020
One (1) at-large position with term expiring in December 2021

Dinuba Economic Development Commission:
Two (2) positions with terms expiring (1) in December 2020 and (1) in December 2021.

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City seeks new ideas and outside perspective for future Downtown planning.

(Dinuba, CA) - In March 2018, the City of Dinuba, in collaboration with California Polytechnic University (Cal Poly) Department of City and Regional Planning, began a land use and urban design study and visioning process for Downtown Dinuba. The study areas included in this project include the core Downtown and a secondary Downtown study area which incorporates key community resources such as the high school, library, and Chamber of Commerce.

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The California Competes Tax Credit is an income tax credit available to businesses who want to come, stay, or grow in California. Tax credit agreements are negotiated by GO-Biz and approved by a statutorily created “California Competes Tax Credit Committee,” consisting of the State Treasurer, the Director of the Department of Finance, the Director of GO-Biz, and one appointee each by the Speaker of the Assembly and Senate Committee on Rules.

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The City of Dinuba hereby requests proposals from qualified consultants to conduct a Parks Master Plan Update. The Parks Master Plan was last updated in 1992. The City of Dinuba is located in Tulare County and has a population of approximately 25,328 residents in 6.5 square miles. Dinuba is a full service city with 198 employees, providing services in the areas of police, fire, water, sewer, transportation, economic development, redevelopment, parks and community services, code enforcement and planning. Internal operations include general administration and finance. Growth is forecasted to remain strong.

The purpose of this project is to update the Parks and Recreation Master Plan by addressing updates and changes in the community that have occurred over the past twenty seven years, and adjust the Master Plan accordingly. The project shall conform to all applicable codes and regulations and shall be coordinated with the Parks and Community Services Director, Parks Supervisor and City Engineer. The city prides itself on its small sense of community.
The selected consultant team or firm will be responsible for the management and execution of this project, including implementing quality and innovative community engagement, communicating with staff and producing the required final project. Proposals for the described services should be submitted to the City no later than 5:00 PM on Monday. November 18, 2019.

Download the Full RFP

The City of Dinuba was granted a Community Development Block Grant in 2014 to help revitalize the eastern part of the City. The funding is being utilized to make the East El Monte Way Economic Vitality Sustainability Plan. The sustainability plan has two parts: Retail Trade Area Demographic Profile, and the Land Use Strategic Plan. A draft Plan has been completed and is being presented to the City Council for final review. (Attachment 'A') The plan focuses on land uses, circulation, economic incentives, and other strategies to revitalize the Mercantile Row Shopping center within an approximately 170-acre area along the East El Monte Commercial Corridor. Seven (7) goals are identified in the plan, along with objectives for each.

The results of these efforts are available for download below:

E. El Monte Way Land Use Strategic Plan

Funds to pay for ‘Phase 1’ of storm drain improvements to mitigate flooding issues in the Downtown.

(Dinuba, CA) – For many years, the City of Dinuba, has attempted to secure funding from a variety of different sources to fund the much-needed storm drain improvements in the Downtown. Today, city staff received written notice that the City of Dinuba has been awarded a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) in the amount of $3,000,000 for the Kern St. Storm Drain Project.

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The City of Dinuba Fire Department will start their annual Weed Abatement process in April, 2018. 

This process is actually continuous and ongoing; however, in the summer months after the seasonal rains, overgrown vegetation, can lead to a hazardous situation on both vacant and occupied properties. An assessment of properties within the City Limits will be conducted over the next few weeks, and letters will be sent out explaining that property owners are in violation of one or more of the following code sections:

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regular meeting of the Dinuba City Council scheduled for July 23, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. is hereby cancelled.

The next regular meeting of the Dinuba City Council is scheduled for Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall Council Chambers, 405 E El Monte Way, Dinuba CA 93618.

I, Linda Barkley, City Clerk, hereby certify that a true and correct, accurate copy of the foregoing notice was posted at the following locations: City Hall, 405 E El Monte Way; Dinuba Police Department 680 S Alta Avenue and on the City’s website at www.dinuba.org.

The City of Dinuba Downtown Beautification Program encourages public involvement in the enhancement of planter boxes and “bulb-outs in and around the downtown. The Adopt-A-Planter program is a volunteer-based activity where area volunteer groups “adopt” and maintain designated planter boxes and flower beds. By working together, we can help to enhance the beauty and inviting atmosphere of our Downtown assets.

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Dinuba Ponding Basins are currently negative for West Nile Virus

Mosquitoes samples from Dinuba have not tested positive for West Nile Virus

DINUBA, CA – Delta Vector Control District (DVCD) is conducting routine surveillance for mosquito-borne disease and nuisance mosquitoes throughout the district, including regions where ponding basins are located. To date, no mosquito sample from 2019 has tested positive for West Nile Virus.

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Saturday - April 1st, 2017

Entertainment Plaza: 8am-1pm
200 Block of South “L” Street

Reserve your spot today!!!
15’W x 15’D - $10.00
30’W x 15’D - $20.00

Registration Deadline March 30th - No on-site registration

Please register at:
Dinuba Community Services
1390 E. Elizabeth Way - Dinuba - (559) 591-5940

The City of Dinuba is currently developing three multimodal projects designed to improve traffic safety on all City streets.

Click the links below for information about these projects and how you can partner with us to improve safety in our community. Thank you in advance!

www.dinubasafestreets.com

Surveys

City of Dinuba Complete Streets Project Survey

City of Dinuba Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program Survey

City of Dinuba Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Survey

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